Tuesday, March 17, 2015

E Dong Happen! A Clean Community Project into 2degrees Champions Awards 2015

March 16, 2015 was another exceptional day at The Eye Newspaper as we got another interesting email that started with the word “congratulations”. It was strange and fascination that the small idea that we initiated and launched last year in Nkambe during the The Eye Annual National Awards of Excellence/Donga Mantung Achievement Awards was into the final of 2degrees Champions Awards 2015, we couldn’t believe it. Yet it came to past that programme our small idea, huge impact had got international admiration commonly known as “A Clean Community Program”. The Eye Newspaper is into the Social Value Category.
2degrees Champion Awards it should be noted offers a huge opportunity to judge the most innovative projects, solutions, organizations and individuals making sustainable business happen around the globe. As for who wins? It is you our Readers to decide. Just by voting, you could be a winner as well. Cast your vote below to be entered into a prize draw to win five tickets for you and your colleagues to attend the 2degrees Champions Awards Ceremony taking place at Porchester Hall in London on 8 July 2015*. It is very easy for you to cast a vote especially when you have a LinkedIn Account.
Fon of Nkambe receiving award as Cleanest village 
What did we do
Given that the idea was part of a social communication strategy and sensitization strategy, we first toured the communities to announce the competition, carried out radio talk shows and then created a coordination unit to oversee the cleanup campaign in villages (communities), and the planting of trees. When the results announced and winners were handed basic equipment (wheelbarrows, spades, and cutlasses, hoes) to continue to keep their communities clean. The traditional rulers representing the various villages also received awards at a fun-filled National Award of Excellence by The Eye Newspaper in Nkambe.
This entry deserves to win due to its uniqueness and the impact that it has created within a very short time. It is a great initiative that should be considered at this point in time that Africa is witnessing emerging diseases like Ebola.
Fon of Misaje receiving support in equipment as cleanest village 
A Clean Community Program was Sponsored by Yaah Patience Tamfu (USA), Dr. Nick Ngwanyam(CEO St. Louis), Juliette Schlegl(Journalist/Writer-Germany), Mafor Achidi Achu Judith (Commercial Director-Camtel), Hon. Awudu Mbaya(MP Donga Mantung Centre), Awah Cletus alias AC Risky (CEO Necla Hotel Bamenda, Tata Mbinglo (Youth Leader-Thailand)  and Eric Motumo (Publisher/Editor-Chronicle newspaper) with technical support from YODO Cameroon. Logistics from Blue Pearl Hotel-Bamenda

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